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H-E-B CEO, other business leaders urge Texas Legislature to support Pre-K funding

More than 50 business leaders sent a letter to the Texas legislature urging lawmakers to pump millions of dollars into education so districts can implement full-day Pre-Kindergarten programs across t…
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Now open: Austin office for Los Angeles design firm that helped Austin City Limits rock

For its second office nationwide, the prominent architecture and design firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios chose Austin.
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iFly prepares to open $10M indoor skydiving experience, its first in North Carolina

Charlotte’s first indoor skydiving facility opens March 23. Austin-based iFly has invested roughly $10 million in the 5,300-square-foot building, said Trevor Thompson, its vice president of new tunn…
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Austin developer gears up for second San Antonio project

The company behind East Austin developments like Fair Market wants to build a new apartment complex in San Antonio, and it's getting an assist from a well-known architecture firm.
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Christian bookstore chain to shutter all 170 stores, including in Austin

LifeWay Christian Resources will close all 170 of its retail locations by the end of year, the company announced March 20. The bookstore chain has one location in Austin, according to its website: i…
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Austin earns plaudits from video game developers, hardware makers during SXSW

Southwest by Southwest has embraced gaming, and it's putting Austin on the map.
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Report: Austin's rental population is aging faster than any other big U.S. city

Austin's renter population is getting older, and it's doing so faster than any large city in America. In the Texas capital, the number of renter households over the age of 60 increased by 113 percen…
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Preeminent land use attorney to be honored

When a real estate company needs to go through Austin City Hall, they often turn to Richard Suttle. He has worked on scores of major projects, from the Circuit of The Americas race track to the recen…
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These female entrepreneurs in Austin are defying the odds

Less than 5 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are women, and female-founded startups receive only about 2 percent of venture capital funding in the U.S. But these six Austin companies are the exception to …
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Capital Gains: Austin Monthly gets a new editor, UT gets $4M & scooter rules get some teeth

Here are some of the news tidbits we saw this week, including a Texas native taking over one of the city's lifestyle magazines and a renowned architect giving millions of dollars to the university he…
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Journal Profile: Brad Day balances growing a hot boot company and a young family

Brad Day spent almost all of his career with Adidas, working his way up to the executive level. So why did he decide to jump to an upstart Austin boot company?
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Viewpoint: SBA eager to power female entrepreneurs

More than 30 years ago, the SBA Office of Women’s Business Ownership was established to advocate, educate and support female entrepreneurs. Here's what the SBA is up to today.
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After $200K in upgrades, Goldman Sachs & Lincoln Property hope to fetch big bucks with Chase Tower

The 45-year-old building at 221 W. 6th Street is 90 percent leased. Tenants include JP Morgan Chase, WeWork, Facebook, Procore Technologies and the Headliners Club.
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UT-Austin leases space in Dallas for weekend MBA program

The University of Texas at Austin's McCombs School of Business has leased more than 16,000 square feet in The Centrum office building in Dallas' Uptown neighborhood, commercial real estate company Ca…
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Ryan Sanders to manage $3.4M Hutto amphitheater

A prolific sports and entertainment company owned in part by Hall of Fame baseball player Nolan Ryan has been handed the keys to this $3.4 million project in Hutto. The venue is expected to have a ca…
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